Simpson Hill Farm is peacefully situated in an elevated position at the end of a quite country lane and commands stunning views over the Pembrokeshire countryside.
There will always be a warm welcome. Children (sleeping in their own travel cot) and dogs are always welcome. King size bed. Free WiFi. Fully equipped kitchen.
There are excellent beaches and activities; fishing, surfing, coast steering, horse riding, boat trips, golf and walks along the Pembrokeshire coastal path.
The cottage is self contained and on one level. Parking is adjacent to the cottage.
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The cottage is self contained and on one level. Parking is adjacent to the cottage. Beautiful scenery and more uninterrupted views across the countryside towards the Preselli Hills
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There will always be a warm welcome to this family run location which is within a safe, peaceful environment away from roads.
Always available to give information about the local area, best places to visit and to eat.
Visitors are invited to stroll down through open fields to a ring of stones just below the farmhouse to enjoy peaceful serenity and more uninterrupted views across the countryside towards the Preseli Hills.
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Pembrokeshire boasts some of the finest coastline in Europe which can also be enjoyed from the sea. Boat excursions offer the opportunity to catch a closer look at seals, porpoises and a wide variety of sea birds. Oakwood Leisure theme park is also close by, which now includes the new multi million pound Bluestone complex.
For those who prefer history, the imposing Pembroke Castle is only a 45-minute drive away. The castle is idyllically set on the banks of the river Cleddau estuary; this mighty fortress is steeped in British history.
Just 15 minutes away is the pretty fishing village of Solva, which offers an excellent selection of pubs and restaurants and even more spectacular scenery. Solva was designated as a conservation area by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in 1997.
A few miles on from Solva is St Davids, named after the patron saint of Wales, and is the smallest city in Britain with a population of just over 1,600; the magnificent Cathedral at St Davids dates back to the 12th century and a visit is a must.
True wonder of Wales!